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Os bests "OSCAR 2015"
Os bests "OSCAR 2015"

Oscars 2015

By MATTHEW SCHNEIER

Noteworthy Looks

 reportagem da New York times

February 23, 2015
Julianne Moore

 

Ms. Moore did edgy — on Saturday. At the Independent Spirit Awards, she wore a Dior Haute Couture minidress that appeared to be constructed out of shiny candy wrappers. “She has a very open mind, and she loves to take risks,” her stylist, Leslie Fremar, told The Times's Alexandra Jacobs.

On Sunday night, which was Ms. Moore's turn to take the trophy after five nominations, she set risk aside. Her floral embroidered Chanel Haute Couture gown was the picture of uncontroversial awards-season elegance. "Karl Lagerfeld made this for me," she said on the red carpet. An offer like that is hard to refuse.

See more of her looks.

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Emma Stone

 

Ms. Stone shot to the top of best-dressed lists after the Golden Globe awards, when she did the unthinkable: she wore pants. She took the more traditional route for Oscar night — a floor-length gown, properly glittery — but it isn't every young actress who could carry off acid green.

Elie Saab, the Lebanese couturier who is a red-carpet mainstay (Halle Berry accepted her Best Actress Oscar wearing a Saab gown), designed the dress. But equal credit has to go to Ms. Stone, who pulled it off with aplomb.

See more of her looks.

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Reese Witherspoon

 

Tom Ford's name has been in the air this Oscar season. In a move that seemed to acknowledge a truth not universally acknowledged — that star power, as much as industry validation, drives fashion sales — Mr. Ford moved his women's wear show from London Fashion Week, currently underway in Britain, to Los Angeles, where it was held last night to a crowd thick with celebrity fans.

Mr. Ford didn't sweep the Oscars red carpet this evening, but the look he got was worth a passel of also-rans. Reese Witherspoon, a nominee for her role in "Wild," wore a simple white dress with black accent details by Mr. Ford. It was one of the evening's big winners, even if she didn't get the Oscar.

See more of her looks.

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Dakota Johnson

 

The Oscars novice of the year is not a nominee — not yet. But Ms. Johnson, currently riding a wave of notoriety from "Fifty Shades of Grey," emerged from the awards as a style star in the making. She wasn't the only actress to wear Saint Laurent; Margot Robbie, the Australian up-and-comer from last year's "Wolf of Wall Street," did, too. But Ms. Johnson made the grunge-leaning Saint Laurent look both fresh and classy on the red carpet, making a complicated one-shouldered silhouette and a hard color look (dumb fashion word coming, sorry) effortless.

She's still getting her sea legs on the carpet, to judge from the awkward interviews she gave to the Seacrest posse. But she's got style, at least, to run circles around many actors and actresses with years more experience.

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Lupita Nyong'o

 

When she was nominated for an Academy Award last year, Ms. Nyong'o approached the red-carpet circuit leading up to the big event with what my colleague Guy Trebay called "military precision" (The campaign was successful, netting both an Oscar and a lucrative Lancôme contract for the star.)

This year, Ms. Nyong'o didn't have the pressure of a nomination, but she didn't slack in the dress department. Her gown, a custom design by Francisco Costa of Calvin Klein Collection, was liberally studded with natural pearls, some 6,000 according to published reports. It must have weighed a ton. But Ms. Nyong'o, by now a veteran warrior of the red-carpet wars, proved that she's no slouch.

Clockwise from left, Monica Almeida/The New York Times, Noel West for The New York Times and Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP Photo
February 22, 2015
Marion Cotillard

 

You can set your watch by Ms. Cotillard's red-carpet choices — provided that it's a Dior watch. Ms. Cotillard, a longtime ambassador for the label, is, with few exceptions, brand faithful. But the Dior designer Raf Simons caroms over so wide a spectrum in his Dior designs that it's still possible to be surprised.

For the awards ceremony this evening, Ms. Cotillard, a nominee for "Two Days, One Night," selected a white Haute Couture gown, picking up on a minitrend of the evening: white dresses for black tie. It looked as good from the back, where it gathered with a black band, as it did from the front.

See more of her looks.

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times, except earring detail by Christopher Polk/Getty Images
February 22, 2015
Rosamund Pike

 

Does the carpet match the dress? For a few brave souls, yes. Ms. Pike, a nominee for "Gone Girl," chose lipstick-red Givenchy Haute Couture.

It was a bold move, but Ms. Pike reaped the reward. Her strapless high-slit gown, if not one of the night's most exciting, was flattering and memorable. What's more, her red belt blended in and so didn't invite jabs from the online peanut gallery, as Nicole Kidman's did.

See more of her looks.

Clockwise from left, Noel West for The New York Times, Monica Almeida/The New York Times and Mario Anzuoni/Reuters
February 22, 2015
Felicity Jones

 

"Divisive" is the word for Ms. Jones's Alexander McQueen gown, which has fans and detractors in roughly equal measure. Or maybe "divided" is closer to the mark. The bodice of Ms. Jones's gown, detailed with what the brand called "3D flower embroidery," seemed high fashion; the sweeping skirt, bridal.

Like it or hate it, you have to give her this much, at least: for a Best Actress nominee from a tear-jerker love story, it felt appropriately romantic.

See more of her looks.

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times, except back detail by Monica Almeida/The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Naomi Watts

 

If it glitters, it might be Oscars gold. Or Oscars silver, in Ms. Watts's case. On the actress, Armani Privé looked expertly worked and unbelievably expensive (as it usually does) and uncomplicatedly chic (which it doesn't always). Future Armani wearers, take note.

Photographs by Lucas Jackson/Reuters, except full look by Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Margot Robbie

 

Ms. Robbie, the breakout star of "The Wolf of Wall Street," soon to be beguiling Will Smith in "Focus," opening this week, went wily for the Academy Awards, in a plunging femme fatale look by Saint Laurent.

Whopper necklaces have been one of the evening's minitrends — see also Scarlett Johansson, Cate Blanchett and Laura Dern — but Ms. Robbie's has provenance. It's a vintage Van Cleef & Arpels, originally designed, she told the red-carpet fashion squad, for the Duchess of Windsor. "This necklace right here," she said, "is worth more than my life."

Photographs by Noel West for The New York Times, except ring detail by Jackson/Reuters

All Oscars Looks

February 22, 2015
Patricia Arquette

 

Patricia Arquette, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, bypassed the usual red-carpet guessing game. She announced her intention to wear a gown by her friend, the designer Rosetta Getty, the Los Angeles-based designer, and, lo and behold, she did. "It was easy to design a dress for Patricia since we have been best friends for years," said Ms. Getty in a statement. "When we were young, we always dreamed about how she would be an actress and I would be a fashion designer." Dreams come true!

See more of her looks

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Sienna Miller

 

Five days ago, Peter Copping presented his first collection for Oscar de la Renta. It didn't take long to get its first red-carpet airing. Ms. Miller wore a navy guipure lace and floral macramé from fall 2015. That's a big get for the house, and for Mr. Copping as the successor to the late Mr. de la Renta, who was beloved of starlets. Consider it a good sign for red carpets to come.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Cate Blanchett

 

If the words "Margiela" and "red carpet" seem at odds, well, you may be thinking of the old Margiela. With its new designer, John Galliano, at the helm, a maiden voyage to star-studded glamour seemed all but inevitable.

The moment arrived courtesy of Ms. Blanchett, who wore a silk velvet gown by Margiela Couture, designed, according to the label, especially for her.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Keira Knightley

 

Ms. Knightley in Valentino.

See more of her looks.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Kerry Washington

 

Ms. Washington in Miu Miu.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Jessica Chastain

 

Ms. Chastain in Givenchy couture.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Jennifer Aniston

 

Ms. Aniston in Versace.

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Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Anna Kendrick

 

Ms. Kendrick, whether by accident or design, was one of the first A-listers to walk the carpet once the preshow cameras were rolling. It was a rare case of being fashionably early: Ms. Kendrick's coral silk georgette gown, a custom piece by the New York designer Thakoon Panichgul, dominated the early red-carpet conversation on Twitter. The commentariat was generally in favor of Ms. Kendrick's dress, though for my money, a little princessy, as Ms. Kendrick's recent choices for the big red-carpet moments generally are. (She was in a frothy Monique Lhuillier at the Golden Globes.) Maybe playing Cinderella in "Into the Woods" rubbed off?

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Eddie Redmayne and Hannah Bagshawe

 

Mr. Redmayne and Mrs. Bagshawe in Alexander McQueen.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Scarlett Johansson

 

Ms. Johansson in Versace.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo

 

He in Giorgio Armani; she in Armani Privé. The couple that wears Armani together, stays together?

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Gwyneth Paltrow

 

Ms. Paltrow in Ralph & Russo.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Nicole Kidman

 

Ms. Kidman in Louis Vuitton.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Jennifer Lopez

 

Ms. Lopez in Elie Saab.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Meryl Streep

 

Ms. Streep in Lanvin.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Lady Gaga

 

Lady Gaga in Alaïa‎.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
David Oyelowo

 

Mr. Oyelowo in Dolce & Gabanna.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen

 

Mr. Legend in Gucci and Ms. Teigen in Zuhair Murad.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Oprah Winfrey

 

Ms. Winfrey in Vera Wang.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Eddie Murphy and Paige Butcher

 

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February 22, 2015
Idris Elba and Isan Elba

 

Mr. Elba in Ermenegildo Zegna.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum

 

Mr. Tatum in Dolce & Gabbana and Ms. Dewan-Tatum in Zuhair Murad.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Clint Eastwood and Christina Sandera

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Chris Evans

 

Mr. Evans in Gucci.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Bradley Cooper

 

Mr. Cooper in Salvatore Ferragamo.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Mark Ruffalo and Sunrise Coigney

 

Mr. Ruffalo in Ermenegildo Zegna couture and Ms. Coigney in Rubin Singer.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Jared Leto

 

Mr. Leto in Givenchy.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
J.K. Simmons and Michelle Schumacher

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Jennifer Hudson

 

Ms. Hudson in Romona Keveza.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Anna Wintour and Bee Shaffer

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
John Travolta and Kelly Preston

 

Ms. Preston in Gustavo Cadile.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Solange Knowles

 

Ms. Knowles in Christian Siriano.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Chloë Grace Moretz

 

Ms. Moretz in Miu Miu.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Chris Pine

 

Mr. Pine in Giorgio Armani.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Viola Davis

 

Ms. Davis in Zac Posen.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Adrien Brody

 

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February 22, 2015
Chiwetel Ejiofor

 

Mr. Ejiofor in Prada.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Octavia Spencer

 

Ms. Spencer in Tadashi Shoji.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Rene Russo

 

Ms. Russo in J. Mendel.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 26, 2015
Jason Bateman and Amanda Anka

 

Mr. Bateman in Dior Homme.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Chris Pratt and Anna Faris

 

Mr. Pratt in Tom Ford and Ms. Farris in Zuhair Murad.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Edward Norton and Shauna Robertson

 

Mr. Norton in Calvin Klein.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry

 

Mr. Teller in Prada.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Rita Ora

 

Ms. Ora in Marchesa.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Zoe Saldana

 

Ms. Saldana in Atelier Versace.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Ellar Coltrane

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Laura Dern

 

Ms. Dern in Alberta Ferretti.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Michael Keaton

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
John Stamos

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman

 

Ms. Chapman in Marchesa.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Robert Duvall and Luciana Duvall

 

Mr. Duvall in Ermenegildo Zegna.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Steve Carrell and Nancy Carrell

 

Mr. Carrell in Brunello Cucinelli.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Alejandro Iñárritu and María Eladia Hagerman

 

Mr. Iñárritu in Prada.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Kevin Hart and Eniko Parrish

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Carmen Ejogo

 

Ms. Ejogo in Houghton.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 26, 2015
Richard Linklater and Ethan Hawke

 

Mr. Linklater in Dior Homme and Mr. Hawke in Prada.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Will.i.am

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Andy Samberg and Joanna Newsom

 

Mr. Samberg in Ermenegildo Zegna and Ms. Newsom in Honor.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka

 

Mr. Harris in Brunello Cucinelli.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 26, 2015
Lorelei Linklater

 

Ms. Linklater in Gabriela Cadena

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Common

 

in Prada.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw

 

Ms. Hill in J. Mendel and Mr. McGraw in Lanvin.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Josh Hutcherson

 

Mr. Hutcherson in Ermenegildo Zegna couture.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
Karolína Kurková

 

Ms. Kurková in Marchesa.

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Gina Rodriguez

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 22, 2015
Tegan and Sara

 

Noel West for The New York Times
February 23, 2015
America Ferrera

 

Ms. Ferrera in Jenny Packham.

Noel West for The New York Times